Authors

John McDonald

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McDonald writes that men can disagree about religion and still be good friends. He tells Finley that he is almost finished with the biography of General Duncan McArthur. Although some people have been trying to get him to send it to another publisher, he is going to send it to the Western Christian Advocate. He has remembered an encounter with Indians during General Wayne's Campaign of 1794, and hopes to write about it. His sister, Nancy McArthur, died on October 23rd. Abstract Number - 543

Abstract Number

543

Publication Date

1-2-1837

City

Poplar Ridge

Keywords

Western Christian Advocate; Ohio History; General Duncan McArthur; Nancy McArthur; General Anthony Wayne

Letter from John McDonald to James B. Finley


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